Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Halloween Ink Trapping Card with Channin




Hello friends! It's Channin here and today I a have fun halloween card to share! Today’s card was actually inspired by a beloved childhood book of mine called A Halloween Happening. 




To create this card I first stamped an A2 panel with the Bare Branched Tree Bold Prints in Pumpkin Pie Mid-Tone Shadow Ink. Do to this, I first ppsitioned the background stamp in the center of my MISTI and then used adhesive tape to hold my panel in place inside the well of my MISTI. After I stamped the tree I then added a few details to the trunk and branches with a copic marker, leaving my panel in place inside my MISTI. Next, I stamped the tree again in Versamark ink and then clear heat-embossed the image. Once the embossing powder was heat set I then ink blended over the tree with Grape Slush Reactive Ink, Grape Juice Mid-Tone Shadow Ink and INTENS-ified Black Ink. When I finished ink blending, I then wiped the tree clean with a dry rag to remove excess ink. 




Next, I stamped the pumpkins with the heroscape layering stamp set included in September My Monthly Hero Kit. I first stamped the solid layer for the pumpkins in Dandelion Bold Ink twice onto an A2 panel of white, rotating the panel after I stamped the pumpkins once and then stamping them again so I had the pumpkins on both sides of the panel. I then left the stamp in place in my MISTI and then throughly dried my panel with a heat gun. Next, I positioned the Jack-O-Lantern faces over some of the pumpkins and then stamped them in Versamark Ink and then embossing in clear. I then flipped my panel and stamped the other side of the panel with the Jack-O-Lantern faces, so the pumpkins on both sides had faces. I then repeated this process till I had all the pumpkins I wanted stamped. 




Next, I stamped the solid pumpkin layer again on both sides in Soft Apricot Ink. I then positioned the detail layer for pumpkins and stamped that on both sides in Tangerine Bold Ink. Next, I positioned the solid leaf layer in Pine Bold Ink on both sides. I then finished both sets of pumpkins by stamping the final layer in Cup O’ Joe Mid-Tone Shadow Ink. I then fussy cut several of my pumpkins out and adhered them my panel. 




Next, I trimmed my panel down 1/8” on all sides and then adhered it to the front of an A2 top-folding black card base. Next, I stamped my sentiment (also from the kit) in Dandelion onto a strip of white cardstock. I then stamped the sentiment again in Versamark ink and heat set in clear embossing powder. I then ink blended over the strip with Tangerine ink and then adhered it to the card front to finish the card. 


I hope you enjoyed my card! Thank you so much for stopping by!


~Channin


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